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Old 11-23-2011, 12:24 AM   #1
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Was thinking about chipping out my 2007 F150 Lariat< should i do abit of engine mods before hand or is it safe to hook the chip up to a factory motor. Any help would be appreciated!!
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you can put a super chip on a factory motor i dont see why not my dad did the same thing and nothing was wrong...
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Do you mean "chip" as in a programmer? You don't need to do any modifications to use one, and there are alot of brands of them, Edge Products, Superchips, Bully Dog, SCT. Yes it would be wise, I have an Edge
Evolution and I gained about 1-2 MPG and alot of power, it woke the truck up.
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Do you mean "chip" as in a programmer? You don't need to do any modifications to use one, and there are alot of brands of them, Edge Products, Superchips, Bully Dog, SCT. Yes it would be wise, I have an Edge
Evolution and I gained about 1-2 MPG and alot of power, it woke the truck up.
Where is a good place to pick one of those up
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Was thinking about chipping out my 2007 F150 Lariat< should i do abit of engine mods before hand or is it safe to hook the chip up to a factory motor. Any help would be appreciated!!
That's what they are for....do it...It should of been my first Mod ~~
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best 3 things you can do for your truck is chip cold air intake and dual pipes....all 3 of those together really make the 150's into monsters
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